Featured is Theodore Roosevelt's (1858-1919) Personal Silver Frame and Cabinet photo – as a"Rough Rider". The President's Silver Frame contains an Impressive photo of him with a Stamp on the verso, Officially Marked - "Presidents File".
ELEGANT FRAME AND ROUGH RIDER CABINET PHOTO - OWNED AND USED IN THE WHITE HOUSE - BY PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT
The President kept his personal property, as illustrated above,within the White House living quarters until the Roosevelts permanently left, in 1909. At that time, it was presented to a favored White House Employee as a Gesture of Appreciation. When properly brought to the polished state of immaculate and unblemished appearance, T.R's Ornate Silver Frame brings on even more Stunning clarity.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT - IN 1898 - AS A "ROUGH RIDER"
ALWAYS PHOTOGENIC - PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT
There was a Tremendous amount of Publicity resulting from the Rough Rider conflict during the 1898 Spanish-American war and the Gallantry of the future President was extensively covered by the Press. At the time of the adventure, there was an Official Recommendation for the Congressional Medal of Honor. This Distinction of Bravery ultimately arrived on the desk of a Politically Conflicting - Secretary of War. The Secretary then refused to sign off on this Major Honor. Many years of ensuing debate followed; with The Congressional Medal of Honor, the Epitome of Heroic Distinction, eventually being Approved and Awarded by President William Jefferson Clinton in 2001.
THE MEDAL OF HONOR - AS AWARDED TO THEODORE ROOSEVELT
Currently this Important Personal Relic, that once belonged to Theodore Roosevelt, is in The Collection of Raleigh DeGeer Amyx (a.k.a.) The American Heritage Collection.
HISTORIAN & COLLECTOR - RALEIGH DEGEER AMYX 2010